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Ernst Ruska

August Friedrich Ernst Ruska is a German physicist who won the Nobel prize in physics in 1986 for his work in the field of electron optics, including the development of the first electron microscope.

                                               

Paul Sabatier (chemist)

Prof Paul Sabatier FRS HFRSE was a French chemist, born in Carcassonne. In 1912, Sabatier was awarded the Nobel prize in chemistry with Victor Grignard. Sabatier was awarded for his work improving the hydrogenation of organic compounds in the pre ...

                                               

John Sulston

Sir John Edward Sulston was a British biologist and scientist who received the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine for his work on cell lines and the genome of the worm Caenorhabditis elegans in 2002, with his colleagues Sydney Brenner, Robert ...

                                               

Bengt I. Samuelsson

Bengt Ingemar Samuelsson is a Swedish biochemist. He shared with Sune K. bergström and John R. vane the 1982 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine for discoveries concerning prostaglandins and related substances.

                                               

Kailash Satyarthi

Kailash Satyarthi-an Indian social reformer who campaigned against child labour in India and other countries and advocated the universal right to education. In 2014 he became a co-winner of the Nobel peace prize, along with Malalai yousafzai, for ...

                                               

Theodor Svedberg

Theodor Svedberg was a Swedish chemist, winner of Nobel prize for research in the field of colloids and proteins using the ultracentrifuge, active at Uppsala University.

                                               

Emilio Segre

Emilio Gino Segre was an Italian-American physicist, Nobel laureate who discovered the elements technetium and astatine, and the antiproton, an elementary antiparticle, for which he was awarded the Nobel prize in physics in 1959. From 1943 to 194 ...

                                               

Sigman

Sigman may refer to: Tripp Sigman 1899-1971, Major League baseball player who played outfielder from 1929 to 1930. Morris Sigman 1880-1931, President of the International ladies garment workers Union from 1923 to 1928. Hugo Sigman 1944, the Argen ...

                                               

Kai Siegbahn

Siegbahn was born in Lund, Sweden, son of Manne Siegbahn the 1924 physics Nobel prize winner. Siegbahn received his doctorate at Stockholm University in 1944. He was Professor at the Royal Institute of technology 1951-1954, and then Professor of ...

                                               

Manne Siegbahn

Prof Karl Manne Georg Siegbahn FRS HFRSE was a Swedish physicist who was awarded the Nobel prize in physics in 1924 "for discovery and research in the field of x-ray spectroscopy".

                                               

Osamu Shimomura

Osamu Shimomura, a Japanese organic chemist and marine biologist, and Professor Emeritus of Marine biological laboratory in woods Hole, Massachusetts and Boston University school of medicine. He was awarded the Nobel prize in chemistry 2008 for t ...

                                               

Claude Simon

Claude Simon was born in Tananarive on the island of Madagascar. His parents were French, his father being a career officer who was killed in the First world war. He grew up with his mother and her family in Perpignan in the middle of the wine di ...

                                               

Hideki Shirakawa

Hideki Shirakawa is a Japanese chemist, engineer, and Professor Emeritus of Tsukuba University and Zhejiang University. He is best known for his discovery of conductive polymers. He was co-winner of the Nobel prize 2000 in chemistry together with ...

                                               

Jens Christian Skou

Of skou was born in Lemvig, Denmark to a wealthy family. His father Magnus Martinus of skou were timber and coal merchant. His mother Ane-Margrethe of skou took over the company after his fathers death. At the age of 15 years, of skou entered a b ...

                                               

George Smith (chemist)

George Pearson, Smith-American biologist and Nobel laureate. He is a curators Professor Emeritus of biological Sciences at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri, USA.

                                               

George E. Smith

George Elwood Smith is an American scientist, applied physicist, and co-inventor of the charge coupled device. He was awarded a one-fourth share in the Nobel prize 2009 in physics "for the invention of the semiconductor circuits of the image of t ...

                                               

Michael Smith (chemist)

Michael Smith was a British-canadian biochemist and businessman. He shared the Nobel prize in chemistry in 1993 Cary Mullis for his work in developing site-directed mutagenesis. The next candidate in 1956 at the University of Manchester, he condu ...

                                               

Oliver Smithies

Oliver smithies was an Anglo-American geneticist and biochemist. He is known for the introduction of starch as a medium for gel electrophoresis in 1955, and for opening, simultaneously with Mario Capecchi and Martin Evans, of the technique of hom ...

                                               

Ralph M. Steinman

Ralph Marvin Steinman was a canadian physician and medical researcher at the Rockefeller University, who in 1973 discovered and named dendritic cells during operation, a research fellow in the laboratory of Zanvil A. Cohn, also at Rockefeller Uni ...

                                               

Jack Steinberger

Jack Steinberger American physicist who, along with Leon M. Lederman, Melvin Schwartz, received the Nobel prize in 1988 in physics for the discovery of the muon neutrino.

                                               

Thomas A. Steitz

Thomas Arthur Steitz was an American biochemist, sterling Professor of molecular Biophysics and biochemistry at Yale University and researcher at the medical Institute of Howard Hughes, best known for his pioneering work on the ribosome. Steitz w ...

                                               

Sterling Professor

Sterling Professor, the highest academic rank at Yale, awarded to a permanent member of the faculty is considered the best in their field. This is akin to the title of University Professor at other universities. The appointment made by the Presid ...

                                               

Swarthmore College

Swarthmore College is a private liberal arts College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1864, with the first classes held in 1869, Swarthmore was one of the first colleges of cooperative learning in the United States. It was found that in Co ...

                                               

Nathan Soderblom

Lars Olof Jonathan Soderblom was a Swedish priest. He was in the Church of Sweden Archbishop of Uppsala between 1914 and 1931, and the recipient of the 1930 Nobel peace prize. It is celebrated in the calendar of saints of the Lutheran Church and ...

                                               

Igor Tamm

Igor Yevgenyevich Tamm, 8 July 1895 – 12 April 1971) was a Soviet physicist who received the Nobel prize in physics in 1958 jointly with Pavel Alekseyevich Cherenkov, Ilya Mikhailovich Frank for the 1934 discovery of Cherenkov radiation.

                                               

Koichi Tanaka

Koichi Tanaka is a Japanese engineer who shared the Nobel prize in chemistry in 2002 for developing a new method of mass-spectrometric analyses of biological macromolecules with John Bennett Fenn and Kurt Wuthrich.

                                               

Henry Taube

Henry Taube, Dr. Of Philosophy, Master, Bachelor., FRSC was a canadian-American chemist noted for the fact that he was awarded the Nobel prize in chemistry 1983, for "his work in the mechanisms of the reactions of electron transfer, particularly ...

                                               

Joseph Hooton Taylor Jr.

Joseph hooton Taylor, Jr. is an American astrophysicist and Nobel prize in physics for his discovery of Russell Alan Hulse of a "new type of pulsar, a discovery that opened up new possibilities for the study of gravitation".

                                               

Richard E. Taylor

Richard Edward Taylor, canadian physicist and Professor at Stanford University. He shared the 1990 Nobel prize in physics with Jerome Friedman and Henry Kendall "for their pioneering research concerning deep inelastic scattering of electrons on p ...

                                               

Howard Martin Temin

Howard Martin Temin was an American geneticist and virologist. He discovered reverse transcriptase in 1970-ies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, for which he shared the Nobel prize in 1975 in physiology or medicine with Renato Dulbecco and ...

                                               

Nikolaas Tinbergen

Nikolaas "Niko" Tinbergen was a Dutch biologist and ornithologist who shared the Nobel prize in 1973 in physiology and medicine with Karl von Frisch and Konrad Lorenz for their discoveries concerning organization and identification of individual ...

                                               

Jean Tirole

Jean Tyrol-the French Professor of Economics. He focuses on industrial organization, game theory, banking and Finance, Economics, and psychology. In 2014 he was awarded the Nobel prize in Economics for his analysis of market power and regulation.

                                               

Shin'ichirō Tomonaga

Sinichiro Tomonaga, usually cited as Sin-Itiro Tomonaga in English, Japanese physicist, influence on the development of quantum electrodynamics, work for which he was jointly awarded the Nobel prize in physics in 1965 along with Richard Feynman a ...

                                               

George Paget Thomson

Sir George Paget Thomson, FRS was an English physicist, Nobel prize laureate in physics recognised for the discovery of the wave properties of electrons the diffraction of electrons.

                                               

Susumu Tonegawa

Tonegawa Susumu is a Japanese scientist who was the only laureate of the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine in 1987 for the discovery of the genetic mechanism that produces antibody diversity. Although he received the Nobel prize for work in i ...

                                               

Tu Youyou

The fact Chinese pharmacist and malariologist. She discovered artemisinin and dihydroartemisinin, used to treat malaria, a breakthrough in twentieth-century tropical medicine, saving millions of lives in the South of China, Southeast Asia, Africa ...

                                               

David J. Wineland

David Jeffrey Wineland is an American Nobel laureate physicist at the National Institute of standards and technology laboratory in physics. His work has included advances in optics, in particular laser-cooled trapped ions, using ions for quantum ...

                                               

Geoffrey Wilkinson

Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson FRS was a Nobel laureate English chemist who pioneered inorganic chemistry and homogeneous catalysis of transition metals.

                                               

Jody Williams

Jody Williams is an American political activist known for her work in banning anti-personnel landmines, her defense of human rights and its efforts to promote new understandings of security in todays world. She was awarded the Nobel peace prize i ...

                                               

Gregory Winter

Sir Gregory Paul winter is a Nobel prize-winning British biochemist best known for his work on the therapeutic use of monoclonal antibodies. His scientific career was almost entirely based at the MRC laboratory of molecular biology and MRC Centre ...

                                               

George Whipple

George Hoyt Whipple, an American physician, pathologist, biomedical researcher, and medical school educator and administrator. Whipple shared the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine in 1934 with George Richards Minot and William parry Murphy "f ...

                                               

M. Stanley Whittingham

Michael Stanley Whittingham is a British-American chemist. Currently, he is Professor of chemistry and Director of the research Institute of materials and science and engineering programs at the University of Binghamton, part of the state Univers ...

                                               

Vanderbilt University

Vanderbilt University is a private research University in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded in 1873, it was named in honor of the new York shipping and railroad magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt, who provided the school its initial unofficially Vanderbilt ...

                                               

McGill University

McGill University is a public research University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Founded in 1821 by a Royal Charter granted by king George IV, it is the oldest University in Montreal and one of the three English-language universities in Quebec. The ...

                                               

John E. Walker

Sir John Ernest Walker is a British chemist, Nobel prize in chemistry in 1997. In 2015, Walker-honorary Director and Professor of the Department of the MRC mitochondrial biology in Cambridge, and fellow of Sidney-Sussex College, Cambridge.

                                               

George Wald

George Wald American scientist who studied the pigments in the retina. He won a share of the Nobel prize in 1967 in physiology or medicine with haldan Keffer Hartline and Ragnar Granit.

                                               

Robin Warren

John Robin Warren AC is an Australian pathologist, Nobel laureate and researcher who is credited with the 1979 re-discovery of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori, together with Barry Marshall. The Duo proved to the entire medical community that th ...

                                               

Uppsala University

Uppsala University is a research University in Uppsala, Sweden. Founded in 1477, it is the oldest University in Sweden and the Nordic countries are still in operation. He is among the 100 best universities in the world in several high-profile int ...

                                               

Bernardo Houssay

Bernardo Albertos Usage was an Argentine physiologist who in 1947 was co-winner of the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine for the discovery of the role of pituitary hormones in regulating the amount of sugar in the blood of animals. He was the ...

                                               

Utrecht University

Utrecht University is a University in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Established March 26, 1636, it is one of the oldest universities in the Netherlands. In 2016 they had learned 29.425 students, and working 5.568 faculty and staff. In 2011 he was awa ...

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